It's very possible that Antonio Brown
In a piece written by Sports Illustrated's Robert Klemko, two former Steelers shed some light on the two-time Super Bowl champ
Josh Harris, an undrafted free agent out of Wake Forest, played his only NFL season with the Steelers in 2014, and shared the story of Roethlisberger's alleged intentional fumble telling SI:
“Ben is a great player but he doesn’t try to connect with teammates,” Harris continued. “During my time there, I had conversations with vets like, Heath Miller, William Gay, Cam Heyward, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Will Allen, Ike Taylor, Troy Polamalu, Bruce Gradkowski, even James Harrison, but never Ben. Troy made an effort to talk guys. Not Ben though. And it was like that for others too."
This appears to be the play that former #Steelers running back Josh Harris claims that Ben Roethlisberger intentionally fumbled on after Ben thought they should take a knee and Haley called a run play. pic.twitter.com/Vc82NHpFKo— Josh Rowntree (@JRown32) March 11, 2019
Isaac Redman, a running back in Pittsburgh for five seasons (2009-13), told Klemko that Ben has a lot of power in the organization and was disconnected from a lot of guys, the polar opposite of then-backup Charlie Batch, who was very welcoming. But Ben
The Steelers' issues can't be pinned on one thing, there's plenty of blame to go around. But Big Ben has been overlooked by many in this whole equation. It's not often that you see comments like this about top QBs.